Replay Of Past Going Integrative Plus Call With Dr. Jason Miller

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About Dr. Jason Miller

After graduating from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2005, Dr. Jason Miller found himself working directly with hundreds of cancer patients who were in desperate need of support and guidance through the maze of challenging decisions that a cancer diagnosis brings. Through his work with the Mederi Center and ongoing collaboration with longtime cancer experts and esteemed colleagues, he was brought into a community of medical practitioners and scholars that represent an unprecedented base of knowledge and wisdom in the collaborative management of cancer and chronic disease. Today, Dr. Miller’s approach bridges the ecological principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine with modern biomedical science and research to create a holistic framework for deepening our understanding of human physiology. His goal is to help people find ways to overcome cancer and chronic disease, to help them live happier, healthier lives, and to turn complex medical concepts into easily accessible information.

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2:49 – The Cure for Cancer Short Film Preview

4:44 – Summary of Dr. Miller’s work

9:52 – Do you use progesterone cream in your practice?

14:17 – My dad has stage four prostate cancer diagnosed two years ago. Lupron worked, but left him practically lifeless. We are trying another method. What about red maca to reduce DHT? I see you use Avodart. What about the risk of prostate cancer using that?

25:13 – Are there any issues using antagonistic supplements? For example, some supplements may inhibit autophagy and others may promote this process. How is it best to deal with this?

29:03 – What’s your best suggestion for the cancer diet: keto vegan or other?

36:50 – We’ve had great success with a number of alternative treatments, high dose, vitamin C, WFPB diet, mistletoe, essential oils, etc. These measures have stopped the recurrent osteosarcoma in my lungs and it stopped it in its tracks and it started to reduce it slightly. How should we think about re-sensitizing these cells? The reductions have been very slight and while my situation is stable, having active cancer is still hanging over my head.

42:38 -We would love to hear more about how you incorporate TCM and herbals into cancer therapies, especially for those who are trying to avoid chemo or radiation.

50:09 – Do you track tumor markers for patients? If so, do you ever see those numbers rise drastically shortly after starting a treatment program? Or should this be seen as a reaction to go a different direction?

57:22 – How do you recommend dosing and taking artemisinin? Do you recommend the liposomal form and consuming it away from iron containing foods?

1:04:30 – What is your opinion on Solomon seal’s strong action against hexokinase2 fermentation?

1:06:12 – I just finished chemotherapy and radiation for breast cancer. I also have an integrative cancer specialist that focuses on my diet, supplements, and additional natural therapies. Out of all the possible treatments one could do, what are your top three you would recommend?

1:11:00 – What is the best way to heal the gut microbiome? She’s already doing a healthy, clean diet, but she also has ulcerative colitis and it started 14 years ago.

1:17:32 – I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma last year and am currently doing chemotherapy and working with Mederi center. I think the herbs have helped me to stay relatively stable, but didn’t bring my myeloma markers down. Do you have any suggestions on how I can tackle this multifaceted, complex disease?

1:22:59 – I’ve developed thyroid nodules after taking Keytruda to treat metastatic lung cancer from urothelial renal cancer. My right kidney was removed and I’m in remission two years out. Have all of the symptoms now of either hypothyroid, hyperthyroidism or Hashimoto’s. All thyroid blood tests are normal. What TCM supplements can help support thyroid and adrenal function? I read ashwagandha may help.

1:30:02 – Any suggestions in terms of cream or ointment to prevent skin cancer after radiation treatment?

1:31:40 – Do you treat alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma ?

1:35:29 – What are your thoughts on black maca for building T cells and what is high dose zinc?

1:39:54 – What liquid biopsy do you recommend to monitor breast cancer?

1:41:43 – Which relatively accessible, affordable healing modality excites you the most?

1:45:55 – In terms of herbs and supplements, what you would recommend for an estrogen positive breast cancer in remission, but with circulating tumor cells of 8.12, per 7.5 CCs of blood.

1:48:58 – What are your thoughts on Tamoxifen?

1:51:34 – I’ve been pretty much on the same mostly natural regimen recommended by Jonathan Treasure and Dr. Miller for a couple of years now. Does Dr. Miller think it’s important to pulse these botanicals and switch things around in case the cancer cells get used to one regimen?

1:54:17- Dr. Miller, do you recommend essential oils specifically in this case for breast cancer survivors? I have heard frankincense can be very effective massaged into the breast with a carrier oil.

1:55:38- Is it possible to take too many medicinal mushrooms? For example, if a person were to be taking chaga and reishi along with a mixed mushroom mixture at different times of the day, does taking at different times of the day help? What is the best way for a cancer survivor to incorporate medicinal mushrooms into the protocol? And should we switch them around from one to another or just stick to a mixed mushroom product?

1:59:45- Dr. Miller, have you heard of a product called Evolve Immune? It’s a stable usable form of immune stimulating cancer killing component of aloe called Acemannan, a kind of polysaccharide. I just stumbled across it in my research and wondered if you could address the cancer-fighting properties of aloe in general?